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Winemaking 101: Burning sulfur in wine barrels with Fred Scherrer

Fred Scherrer explains how Sulfur is burned inside wine barrels to produce Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) to preserve empty wine barrels and avoid spoilage.

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Watch our videos from harvest 2013 with Fred Scherrer: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_Lfta3l60sm_dqyw8FjCk8g

Filmed with Fred Scherrer at City Winery Chicago.

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